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Nottingham Forest: Reds ‘advance’ with Aster Vranckx move

Nottingham Forest: Reds ‘advance’ with Aster Vranckx move -Nottingham Forest News

Nottingham Forest are willing to battle Everton for the signing of Wolfsburg youngster Aster Vranckx this summer, according to a fresh transfer claim.

The Lowdown: Vranckx impresses for Wolfsburg

The 19-year-old burst onto the scene in Germany last season, making an impressive 24 appearances in the Bundesliga, scoring twice in the competition.

Vranckx has been watched by both Jurgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola in the past, which highlights the reputation he has as an exciting young prospect.

The midfielder still isn’t without suitors and it could be that a move to the Premier League is on the cards this summer.

The Latest: Forest ready to battle Everton

According to journalist Loic Tanzi on Twitter [via Sport Witness], both Forest and Everton ‘advance’ in regards to their interest in snapping up Vranckx.

The pair both ‘hope to sign’ the talented Belgian before the start of the new season.

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The Verdict: One for the present and future

Vranckx looks like a huge prospect – he has three caps to his name for Belgium’s Under-21s – and it would be exciting to see Forest acquire his services this summer.

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He possesses the technical quality to thrive in a Steve Cooper side – he also averaged 1.4 tackles per game in the league last season – and his playing time in the Bundesliga last season proves that he can cut it in a top European league.

Granted, Vranckx would necessarily come in as an immediate starter, but he could be a strong squad player who matures into a key man as the years pass.

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